Bill and Liz Orr have farmed for decades and hope to pass the farm to their daughter and son-in-law, Rachel and Brian Reed. Their 279-acre property became the 20th conserved […]
I always imagine the Browns River exhaling deeply when it reaches the valley behind my home in Jericho. After tumbling through a tight, rocky gorge and under one of the busiest state highways in Vermont, it relaxes and meanders across the valley bottom.
Wood frogs are one of the first species of frog to mate in the spring; they can begin mating in early March, even before the ice is off of their mating ponds.
Nancy Pierson donated a conservation easement on 111 acres of forest and farmland at the foot of Haystack Mountain. Nancy and her husband, James, along with their five daughters, have […]
Justin Rich and Lindsay Lyman-Clarke of Burnt Rock Farm grow organic veggies in Huntington, and recently conserved farmland with VLT. “Buying and conserving this valuable farmland gives us more options for crop rotations and it allows us to manage our land better,” said Justin.